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cut. people are speaking very generally as you notice now. >> bret: amazing how governor romney did that it didn't go over too well. >> people are being very generic about this because they still -- what they want to do right now is speak past each other and say we are willing to cooperate and we are willing to compromise. and then they double down on their position in the same sentence. because, it's a starting point for negotiations. so you don't bring your end point to the negotiation. is, we're going to hear this and there is not going to be any movement until after thanksgiving. but we -- you hear from republics is no movement on rates. but they are willing to find revenue other places. what democrats have not done is offer what they would put in exchange for the sequester cuts on the table. haven't heard anything about that they might think taxing millionaires is going to get threw. but it doesn't sound like it. >> sequester cuts, across the board cuts, including defense cuts that many lawmakers have a real problem with both sides of the aisle. >> in contradiction to one of my
. they finished their count on saturday. the final tally, president obama 50% of the vote. governor romney 49.1% of the vote, a slim 74,000 votes divided the two candidates. the win gave the president eight of the nine critical swing states. he only lost to mitt romney north carolina. gregg: well, new signs that democrats and republicans could be moving toward a compromise deal, well at least they're talking about it, to avert the so-called fiscal cliff. major tax hikes across the board spending cuts, set to automatically go into effect at the end of the year. on "face the nation", senior obama advisor david axelrod discussing how both sides seem to be moving closer to a key sticking point. >> speaker boehner seemed to suggest that he was open to closing loopholes, to real tax reform. can you get there by just closing loopholes, or will it take more than that? >> well, look, i don't want to prejudge the discussions. i think that the speaker's comments have been encouraging and there is obviously money to be gained by closing some of these, closing some of these loopholes and applying them to
really could have worked for romney is bipartisanship, to talk about how, as a republican governor and democratic state, he made it work. the romney campaign got to that late, probably too late. >> first debate. >> yeah, and mike, you also asked him what the biggest gift to the campaign was. was it the tape? was it the 47% tape? >> there was that, and he said they also made a terrible mistake at the end with that jeep commercial that we saw here on "morning joe" that had two automobile ceos coming out and calling romney who was supposed to be the business guy, the michigan native, calling him a liar basically. >> mike allen. >> that's not good. >> with a look at the "politico playbook." mike, thanks so much. >> at his age. >> for 102, he's good-looking. >> i tell you what. >> if i'm looking that good five or six years from now when i'm 102, i'll be happy. >> you know what it is? it's all that gingham pinafore. what is that? i don't know that what was. i don't know what i read there. >> keeps you young. >>> when we come back, not a good day yesterday for mark sanchez. what do we do
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